Married to a New Master

I hate movies where a romantic commitment is violated. For example, The Wedding Planner. It stars Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Lopez in your typical romcom. It's a perfectly fine romcom except McConaughey's character starts pursuing Lopez's character while he's engaged to someone else. It takes McConaughey's character to get to his wedding day before he confesses... Continue Reading →

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4 Reasons Christians Suffer (With a Hat Tip to J. Vernon McGee)

My wife's been reading through Hebrews and using a commentary by J. Vernon McGee. I bought the commentary when I was reading through the book myself. Yesterday, she brought to me the words discussing Hebrews 12:6-8, which read: "For the Lord disciplines the one he loves, and chastises every son whom he receives." It is... Continue Reading →

I’ve Looked Down That Road Too

So I work as a reporter at The Sanford Herald in Sanford, N.C., and my world was shaken yesterday. We were told there was a police-involved shooting in downtown Sanford, a few hundred yards from our office. We were waiting for more information from police. Then the news came in. I'll copy our report below:... Continue Reading →

Redefining Peace: True Peace Isn’t a Feeling

  "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts betroubled, neither let them be afraid." — Jesus, in John 14:27 I think we've mistaken what peace really is. We read verses like the one above, which is awesome, and we interpret it as, "OK, having peace means I won't feel worried and I won't have fear. So if I feel worry and fear, I'm not at peace." That's... Continue Reading →

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